Well, two days ago, Thursday Feb 24, 2011, Europe fired up its large hadron collider again.

Europe Fires Up Large Hadron Collider

This is an interesting article for any number of reasons, but there are two points here that bear pointing out: (1) the search for the Higgs boson, and (2) the notice that the collider will continue operations into the end of 2012.

That revelation is enough to give anyone pause and I still wonder if we've been told the entire truth as to why the collider was shut down in the first place after it was powered up to full power the first time. Frankly, I doubt it, because this article goes on to note that the collider, when turned on again, will not be operating at full power. And this brings us to the elusive Higgs boson, the particle in the quantum mechanical zoo that is supposed to be responsible for mass. Why? Because when scientists added up the mass of other particles in the atom the masses didn't add up and the books didn't balance. It is, so to speak, the one major mystery - some would say the major flaw - in the standard model.

They may very well find the Higgs boson, and in a way, I hope they do, because it would be a comforting confirmation of that model. The alternative - not finding it - may mean having to rethink quite a great deal, and that might even include rethinking what really happened when the collider was shut down the first time around, when we were told that the helium coolant tanks around one of the gigantic magnetic coils broke down.

Now, for those who've been paying attention here, the Large Hadron collider actually has two stacked counter-rotating magnetic fields that spin up particles running around the magnetic racetrack in opposite directions and then smashes them together. Stacked, counter-rotating magnetic fields...

... can we say "magnetic fields separation"? Dr. Kurt Debus? Did the scientists, in fact, find something other than what they were looking for the first time around? Something perhaps confirming forgotten notions in physics?

In short, is the structure of the collider and the principles on which it is engineered beginning to ring a Bell?

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. ignatiusrgrace on March 21, 2011 at 9:54 am

    I’m new to Dr Farrells blog. Thought I recognized the name, checked it out and started reading. Dr. Farrell, being a trained educator, posed questions. The questions got me thinking, remembering. Hmmm.

    One of the advantages of being old like Dr. Farrell, well, and myself is that we have heard a lot of things. One of the disadvantages is that we dont always remember the order or where it was we heard them. But reading this brought some things forward and raised some more questions.

    Dr. Farrell asked some questions then some readers recalled things he has said in previous posts which again tied some things together in the old memory banks. The problem is…I am not sure if all the ideas I recalled have to do with colliders or some other star wars research but I believe it is correct it had to do with colliders. I will leave it up to those with better memories and higher IQs to correct me where I am wrong.
    During the Reagan administration one of the research projects that were funded was the Superconducting Super Collider in Waxahachie TX. The story is that it was started, congress approved and spent 8 billion on it then Clinton shut it down because it was a sink hole for money.
    One of the readers, referred to Dr. Farrell in a previous post, raising the possibility that CERN “began to levitate”.

    Back in the Reagan through Clinton era it seems I remember a main stream media investigative report, ABC or CBS, which was questioning rumors about a test run on the Texas collider where the collider raised up off its foundation bending miles of pipe and magnet which meant more money to repair which was the “real” reason the collider was being “abandoned” NOT the official story that it never reached a point of operation and was in fact abandoned because of cost overruns, disassembled, equipment auctioned off, and tunnels were back filled before it even got off the ground (Catch that? That was a joke.)

    Being simple, the first thing that comes to my mind is, why, if 8 billion was the limit they would spend to complete it, why would we spend more money to back fill the tunnels when we could use them to store reserve oil, wheat, Vaseline or something. And the truth is that it probably cost more to remove the damaged equipment than the few million they got out of it at auction. Why would they do that unless of course they needed to put something else in the tunnels like you know, ummm, sand, Vaseline, or New Equipment?
    Of course that would presuppose that the collider is still operating which the government says it is not and of course we know that when people speculate about things like secret stealth aircraft the government always says, “Ok. You caught us. Shucks. You are really, really, smart.”
    I mean after all how would the government hide the operation of a collider in the middle of Nowhere Texas. The noise alone would alarm people at the Texas motorplex where they hold national drag races. Surely those thousands of fans would see a couple hundred scientists walking around in lab coats and driving around in black government SUVs. Surely the fans would feel the grounds shake and the collider scream once they take the cotton out of their ears that protects them from the roar of the Nitro fueled, supercharged power plants. And there would be power shortages in Texas. The drain on power from an operational collider would make things like Texas hospitals go dark periodically. Hmmm.

    Well. I mean. More Often! I mean, well come on. Anyone who thinks there is really a collider operating in Texas that had to go black because it showed American scientist the secret of levitation, and the secret to motion while levitating, would be, be, be, crazy. Come on. I’m just kidding. This is just a work of fiction. You know that. Right? I mean….

  2. steven on February 27, 2011 at 9:53 pm

    Dr. Farrell,

    Re: Differentiation of the Medium

    Dr. Michio Kaku speaks of “kicking” the string to generate/change the particle. You have discussed “thumping” the particles.

    Are you both describing the same thing (ie: creation ex nihilo)?

  3. Christine on February 27, 2011 at 8:28 pm

    yeah, you could “spin” the story to the people you are trying to
    get to do this, that it will find the Higgs boson, when you know
    it won’t or don’t know but don’t care, you are after something

  4. Bruce on February 27, 2011 at 8:24 pm

    Personally, I think the LHC is way too expensive to be just some “experimental device.”

    If I had to guess, I’d say that it is designed to DO something. God only knows what. Even the folks working there (most/all of the physicists) may not be aware of this. Only people “at the top” would know the true purpose of that thing.

    Again, just a guess.

  5. marc desrochers on February 27, 2011 at 1:34 pm

    Joseph! Hello! (a theory,like evolution…….) since we are into the fourth reich
    and fermilab and cern seem to be wormhole stretchers, stargates
    (see raidersnewsnetwork) um, what role does canada (winnipeg) centre for disease control CDC) ‘socialist’ like england and france (and china), since this is all one gigantus of a beast sYstem, what moves do we make,since were already in it? or are people choosing the smart way out and ‘going home’? we cant trust ANY government and theyre ALL every country it seems
    is an experiment,ever since egypt. do you really believe in either the tibet origins middle earth theory, or the hyksos? are they the jews? and what about the statue of ‘melchezidek’ in new york? any answers? camp X,canada and the nazis,ian fleming.???

  6. Mel on February 27, 2011 at 12:01 am

    Seems to me that I recall that the Nazi research at the end of WWII into this same theme was reported as resultant in the deaths of several scientists. I wonder if there may have been some deaths or sickness when the LHC program was postponed, after the last power-up.

    Nothing looks more like the “mad scientist” in comic book format than the LHC researcher and dogged resolution to “press ahead” in spite of admitting they aren’t sure if they may create devistation if they contimue. I conjure a thought of a wild-eyed man in a white lab coat screaming, “We must know! We must know, damit!”.

  7. Jon on February 26, 2011 at 11:04 pm

    Anyone else notice that the day after it was turned on again, we had a Class M3 solar flare? There is more going on here than we are being told.

  8. Lysander on February 26, 2011 at 11:00 pm

    “…rethinking what really happened when the collider was shut down the first time around, when we were told that the helium coolant tanks around one of the gigantic magnetic coils broke down.”

    OK Joseph let the cat out of the bag…I heard you mention in one of your interviews with GeorgeAnn your speculation about this. It blew me away what you said. What would cause the coolant tank to “break down”? You said that due to the counter rotational effect of the accelerator it actually started to manipulate space time locally and “began to levitate” the whole collider which then caused the malfunction of the coolant tank and probably other damage when the machine started to “float”. Please correct me if I’m wrong in my recollection of what you said.

  9. Kent Brashear on February 26, 2011 at 10:20 pm


  10. Dan Pendleton on February 26, 2011 at 9:59 pm

    That Hadron collider work and this article is eye opening! I’m not sure why but it makes me wonder seemingly unrelated things when I read articles like this, I read this and then I wondered it this in some way…roundabout way, is related to NASA not pursuing a replacement for the shuttle and/or a new heavy lift vehicle. Maybe it’s just because they are both unknowns, at least to me. I just find information like this honestly mind boggling but rarely does it bring to mind something totally unrelated. This time for some reason the thought of one brings to mind the other. Regardless, it’s still fascinating and I thank you Joseph, for putting this kind of information out here!

    • gary on February 27, 2011 at 8:21 pm

      I also noticed this Dan and then it brought to mind an article joseph has just posted on synchronicity — and then just take a look at the stories making the headlines right now and just notice how in some strange way one piece of news can be linked to another — hardon collider, end of space shuttle, wife of astronaut shot, solar flares, flooding, earthquakes, magnetic field separation, polar shift, possible detection of a huge planet just outside our solar system, climactic disturbance and planet warming, EM disturbance, political uprisings all over the middles, end of oil, new technology……

  11. JJ Kelly on February 26, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    If the Hadron Collider drives a blank on the Higgs boson, I suspect we might see some depressed physicists. This may turn out to be a turning point for theoretical physcics . Either we proceed from here as the proof realizes or the deconstruction begins.

  12. Archytype on February 26, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    I take your last point very clearly Joseph, in another post of mine on this site, I eluded to a book I had read called “Phenomenon” about UFO’s.

    In that book was a diagram of a hypothesis attempting to explain the propulsion systems of the Disc shaped UFO’s.

    The basic concept was a pair of counter-rotating electric & magnetic fields. Simply a Toroidal Electromagnetic wrapped around an electric capacitor of the same torus shape. The combination of the fields rotating in opposite directions was supposed to produce an “Anti-Mass Field” to negate the normal “Mass Fields”.

    Reminds me of the Bell.

  13. MattB on February 26, 2011 at 3:58 pm

    I think there is a lot of ‘perception management’ going on within this article. If you read it carefully you will notice a theme that says “if we don’t find it …..” several times.

    Then there is the “we will have to re write” and “new exciting possibilities” ideas.

    This article is conditioning people to the idea that they won’t find the Higgs Boson and that the question is still open-or closed and they are not going to tell you.

  14. shandor on February 26, 2011 at 10:06 am

    I hope they find nothing, it would serve their arrogance right. Then again, finding nothing has the wrong effect on these people, they would just keep at it forever because IT MUST BE THERE! My calculations say it is has to be so!

    The idea that they might simply be wrong is an idea they seem to be incapable of having. What is the quip about scientists, “often wrong but never in doubt.”

  15. Christine on February 26, 2011 at 8:27 am

    I recall some worries that they were going to make a black hole and/or
    blow us all up.

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